[ic] Reports menu problem
jon at endpoint.com
Tue Jul 17 20:17:18 EDT 2007
On Wed, 18 Jul 2007, Gert van der Spoel wrote:
> I suppose this could be considered a bug and '!=' => 'ne' should be
> added to SQL_Parser.pm
Actually, != is not part of standard SQL. The inequality operator is <>
only. PostgreSQL and MySQL both have != as an alias, but it's nonstandard.
I don't know if anyone would mind having it as an alias, though.
> So for example get:
> Change the query:
> select affiliate, campaign, total_cost, order_date
> from transactions
> WHERE deleted != '1' [scratch date_limit] [scratch
> order by affiliate, campaign, order_date
> Change != into <>
Good idea. It's nice if our SQL works with our SQL parser. :)
I changed several instances of != to <> in SQL, all that I could find, in
the development trunk of CVS. I notice that we fixed a few of these back
in the 4.9 era too, when Vend::SQL_Parser was first added.
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